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Huettl, Ott obit
 - HIE RMINELANDEtt (WtS.) DAILY FAOE1 Death td an...
HIE RMINELANDEtt (WtS.) DAILY FAOE1 Death td an Assassin W. rlaetz officiated, and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery. Gerald died in Crandbn of injuries injuries received when a car driven by his brother, Aaron, jumped an eight-foot embankment at the intersection intersection of Highway 55 and County Trunk "E" in Forest county. Aaron and four other young people.in the car were seriously injured, including including Carl Huettl, another brother. Born May 26, 1919, in Wabeno, Gerald was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Erhard Huettl. He was graduated from the Wabeno higrt school in | Mrs, Henty Voeta, Appletott; •'Mr. June, 1937. Besides his patents, he'? 1 }'* Mrs. Edgar Voels:, Cllhtotivilte; leaves three brothers, £aron, Carl and Edward, all of Wabeno. Pallbearers were Adotph Bintz, Eugene Wettstein, Eluoy and Harold Mr. and Mrs. Albert Voet?., Titledfl; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Medoh, AlVlri: Caroline and Fiorina Medon, Clln- tonville; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Voelfc, Marion; Mr. and Mrs. Schrttder, Richmond; Mrs. Paul Griesback, Lorenz, George Gillen and James * i —*»«M f-r unv/ f iiii. . CtllM 1TJ.A3. UVi . -UU19UII, Friends and relatives from out of 1 Mrs. Mike Webef and Andre Huettl, town who attended the funeral were 1 Peshtigo; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Henes, Shawano; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Wensel Huettl and daughters, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs.. Max Lukas, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Mary Henes and daughter, Menominee, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huettl, Seymour. Esteban Antongiorgi, a Puerto Rican.nationalist, fired several shots at Governor Blanton Winship during a review by the of civic.and military groups. As 40,000. people looked on. was'riddled'by bullets from the guns of police and and he is. shown here as he fell in front of thfc reviewing stand, dying with fifteen bullets in his bodv. her position at the Merchants State bank and has returned home here.—Timothy Masseroni lias returned to Marinette a visit at'the home of his Louis Masseroni. — Mrs. Schoeneck is visiting relatives and friends in Elderon.—John and sort, John, of Glcason, visited at'the Louis Masseroni homo. Kushman made a business Madison.—Miss Ethel Seidel returned from a several days relatives and friends in Rev. and Mrs. Paul and daughter, ;Lois, of visited friends here.— __ - , , Spencer, Elcho, was m town ,— Miss Marion Hill, nurse, was a caller here. SERVICES HELD THIS WEEK FOR WABENO YOUTH Gerald Otto Huettl, 19, Victim of Automobile Accident, Is Buried. BREWING FIRM SOLD. MARINETTE, Aug. 3 (/P)—Circuit A. F. Murphy has confirmed WABENO, Aug. 3 Spedal to The News)—Funeral services for Gerald Otto Huettl, 19^-year-old Wabeno youth who died last week of injuries injuries suffered in an automobile accident accident July 23, were held in the Lutheran church here. The Rev. F. WITH ELECTRIC COOKERY Keep your disposition sunny, your temperature

Clipped from The Rhinelander Daily News03 Aug 1938, WedPage 3

The Rhinelander Daily News (Rhinelander, Wisconsin)03 Aug 1938, WedPage 3
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